Endorsement of Conferences
IUVSTA endorses conferences on vacuum science, applied surface science, electronic materials and processing, nanometer structures, plasma science and technique, surface science, thin films, and vacuum metallurgy. The formalities of endorsement are handled by the Secretary-General, but divisional approval is required.
Regular IUVSTA or co-sponsored conferences:
- International Vacuum Congress/International Conference on Solid Surfaces (IVC/ICSS)
- International Conference on Thin Films (ICTF)
- European Conference on Surface Science (ECOSS)
- European Vacuum Conference (EVC)
Regulations for IUVSTA EndorsementThin Film Division. The 16th International Conference on Thin Films (ICTF-16) will be held in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
Last updated June 2014
Past and Future Sites
|8||San Diego, California||USA||1990|
European Conference on Surface Science (ECOSS)
This conference is organized jointly by the Surface Science Division of IUVSTA and the Surface and Interface Section of the European Physical Society. The conference does not run in years when the triennial IUVSTA Vacuum Congress is held in Europe.
Last updated June 2014
Past and Future Sites
|ECOSS-1||First European Conference on Surface Science / Fifth International Symposium on Surface Physics, The Solid-Vacuum Interface
Amsterdam, The Netherlands — 5-9 June 1978
Surface Science, Volume 80 (1979)
|ECOSS-2||Second European Conference on Surface Science / Fourth Interdisciplinary Surface Science Conference, ISSC4
Cambridge, UK — 26-29 March 1979
Surface Science, Volume 89 (1979)
|ECOSS-3||Fourth International Conference on Solid Surfaces, ICSS4 / Third European Conference on Surface Science
Cannes, France — 21-27 September 1980
Revue Le Vide, les Couches Minces, Suppl. no. 201 (ca. 1980)
|ECOSS-4||Fourth European Conference on Surface Science
Münster, Fed. Rep. of Germany — 14-16 September 1981
Surface Science, Volume 117 (1982)
|ECOSS-5||Fifth European Conference on Surface Science / Seventh Solid-Vacuum Interface NEVAC Symposium
Gent, Belgium — 24-27 August 1982
Surface Science, Volume 126 (1983)
|ECOSS-6||Sixth European Conference on Surface Science
York, UK — 1-5 April 1984
Surface Science, Volumes 152/153 (1985)
|ECOSS-7||Seventh European Conference on Surface Science
Aix-en-Provence, France — 1-4 April 1985
Surface Science, Volume 162 (1985)
|ECOSS-8||Eighth European Conference on Surface Science
Jülich, Fed. Rep. of Germany — 14-17 April 1986
Surface Science, Volume 178 (1986)
|ECOSS-9||Ninth European Conference on Surface Science
Luzern, Switzerland — 13-16 April 1987
Surface Science, Volumes 189/190 (1987)
|ECOSS-10||Tenth European Conference on Surface Science
Bologna, Italy — 5-8 September 1988
Surface Science, Volumes 211/212 (1989)
|ECOSS-11||Eleventh European Conference on Surface Science
Salamanca, Spain — 1-4 October 1990
Surface Science, Volumes 251/252 (1991)
|ECOSS-12||Twelfth European Conference on Surface Science
Stockholm, Sweden — 9-12 September 1991
Surface Science, Volumes 269/270 (1992)
|ECOSS-13||Thirteenth European Conference on Surface Science
Warwick, UK — 30 August – 4 September 1993
Surface Science, Volumes 307/309 (1994)
|ECOSS-14||Fourteenth European Conference on Surface Science
Leipzig, Germany — 19-23 September 1994
Surface Science, Volumes 331/333 (1995)
|ECOSS-15||Fifteenth European Conference on Surface Science
Lille, France — 4-8 September 1995
Surface Science, Volumes 352/354 (1996)
|ECOSS-16||Sixteenth European Conference on Surface Science
Genova, Italy — 9-13 September 1996
Surface Science, Volumes 377/379 (1997)
|ECOSS-17||Seventeenth European Conference on Surface Science
Enschede, the Netherlands — 16-19 September 1997
Surface Science, Volumes 402/404 (1998)
|ECOSS-18||Eighteenth European Conference on Surface Science
Vienna, Austria — 21-24 September 1999
Surface Science, Volumes 454/456 (2000)
|ECOSS-19||Nineteenth European Conference on Surface Science
Madrid, Spain — 5-8 September 2000
Surface Science, Volumes 482/485 (2001)
|ECOSS-20||Twentieth European Conference on Surface Science
Krakow, Poland — 4-7 September 2001
|ECOSS-21||Twenty First European Conference on Surface Science/ Nano-7
Malmo, Sweden — 24-28 June 2002
|ECOSS-22||Twenty Second European Conference on Surface Science
Prague, Czech Republic – 7-12 September 2003
|ECOSS-23||Twenty Third European Conference on Surface Science
Berlin, Germany – 4-9 September 2005
|ECOSS-24||Twenty Fourth European Conference on Surface Science
Paris, France – 4-8 September 2006
Liverpool, United Kingdom – 27 July – 1 August 2008
Parma, Italy – 30 August – 6 September 2009
Twenty Seventh European Conference on Surface Science> Chair: Petra Rudolf
Groeningen, Netherlands – 29 August – 3 September 2010
Twenty Eighth European Conference on Surface Science> Chair: Antoni Ciszewski
Wrowclaw, Poland – 28 August – 2 September 2011
Twenty Ninth European Conference on Surface Science> Chair: Martin Mc Coustra
Edinburgh, Scotland – 3 – 7 September 2012
Antalya, Turkey – 31 August – 5 September 2014
Barcelona, Spain – 31 August – 4 September 2015
Grenoble, France – 28 August – 2 September 2016
Szeged, Hungary – 27 August – 1 September 2017
European Vacuum Conference (EVC)
The European Vacuum Conference is organized biennially (triennially if IVC would be in Europe the same year) by one of the European vacuum societies and IUVSTA.
Past and future conferences
|EVC-1||11-15 April 1988||Salford (GB)|
|EVC-2||21-26 May 1990||Trieste (I)|
|EVC-3||23-27 September 1991||Vienna (A)|
|EVC-4||13-17 June 1994||Uppsala (S)|
|EVC-5||23-27 September 1996||Salamanca (E)|
|EVC-6||7-10 December 1999||Lyon (F)|
|EVC-7||17-21 September 2001||Madrid (E)|
|EVC-8||23-26 June 2003||Berlin (D)|
|EVC-9||4-7 April 2005||Paris (F)|
|EVC-10||22-26 September 2008||Hungary (H)|
|EVC-11||20-24 September 2010||Salamanca(E)|
|EVC-12||04-08 June 2012||Dubrovnik (HR)|
|EVC-13||08-12 September 2014||Aveiro (PT)|
|EVC-14||06-10 June 2016||Portoroz (SI)|
|EVC-15||17-22 June 2018||Geneva (CH)|
Regulations for IUVSTA Endorsement of Conferences
Last updated 19 January 2002
The International Union for Vacuum Science, Technique and Applications (IUVSTA) may endorse congresses, conferences, symposia, summer schools, scientific workshops, etc. (hereafter called "event") for which the subject content of the event is, or is capable of becoming, of wide interest, i.e. not only of interest to the host country. New or emerging subjects may initially be limited to a specific country but, by their nature, be of international interest.Attendance at the event is to be truly multinational, with expectations that a substantial fraction of the attendees will be from outside the host country.
B. General Requirements for Endorsement
a) The subject of the event must fall within the broad areas of vacuum science and applications covered by the IUVSTA.
b) The event must have an international scientific or technical papers committee, or, demonstrate broad international representation among invited speakers.
c) Apart from, or including, the national language(s) that is (are) allowed, at least one of the three official languages of the IUVSTA (English, French or German), is to be used in abstracts and communications.d) It must be understood that the IUVSTA accepts no financial responsibility if endorsement is granted and the organisers must indicate who will underwrite any financial loss.
C. Application Procedure
The organising body should request and complete the Endorsement Application form. This should be returned to the Secretary General of the IUVSTA.
The organisers must AGREE to
a) include the IUVSTA name and logo on all event announcements.
b) add the phrase "Endorsed by the International Union for Vacuum Science, Technique and Applications" to subsequent literature describing the event.
c) provide a Website url for the meeting and the name/ e-mail address of the person who will maintain the site.
d) distribute IUVSTA material provided to the organisers.After the event the organisers are REQUESTED to send a report on it to the Secretary General for publication on the IUVSTA Web Page. They are also asked to try to persuade publishers of Proceedings to donate free copies to the International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste for distribution to scientists in developing countries.
D. Processing Procedure
If the Secretary General is satisfied that the application fulfils the IUVSTA requirements, he will forward the papers to the Scientific Secretary who will complete the following endorsement procedure and notify the applicant and the Secretary General of the outcome.
a) The Scientific Secretary will contact the Chairperson of the most appropriate IUVSTA Scientific Division and ask for Division approval of endorsement.
b) This Chairperson will respond promptly and give the approval, or otherwise, on behalf of the Division, normally after seeking the opinions of members of the Divisional Committee.
c) The Scientific Secretary will notify the Scientific Director and all other Division Chairs of the intention to grant Endorsement of the event.
d) If there are no objections, the Scientific Secretary will write to the event organisers and offer IUVSTA Endorsement. Copies of this letter will be sent to the Scientific Director and the Secretary General.e) The Director of STD will report to the next Executive Council Meeting on Endorsement requests and the decisions made.
E. Endorsed Events
If endorsement is granted the IUVSTA will, with the help of the appropriate Division,
a) Supply the organising body with a list of addresses of Divisional Officers of the Division concerned.
b) Advise the organising committee, if requested, on possible members for the scientific or technical papers committee.
c) Attempt to send a delegate to the opening session of the event if so requested.
d) Announce the event in the IUVSTA Bulletin on the Web Page and, subsequently, publish a report on the conference on this page.Events organised by the IUVSTA Divisions such as ECOSS, EVC, and ICTF will receive the IUVSTA endorsement automatically on request.